Thursday, February 1, 2007

James Fee

Craig Krull Gallery recently presented photographer James Fee's last body of work. Six large-scale powerful interpretations of the American landscape, both dark and beautiful.
"For the past 16 years, Fee’s work has been marked by a darkness and obsession with the detritus of decaying America; abandoned factories, rusting machinery and sinking ships," says the press release. "These last six images were made in Monterey and Joshua Tree National Monument. While finding solace in the natural, these images also portend his demise in images of barren trees, solemn rock formations and a lone raven." [more] [Bergamot]
photo LA Frog